More than 130 attendees from both AmCham member companies and Banca Intesa corporate clients, marked 15 years of working together
‘In the upcoming period, AmCham will focus on reform processes that can modernise society and significantly improve Serbia’s business environment. We will work closely to continue the digital transformation of public administration and business, implement the digital agenda, enhance and digitalise the health service, and engage in regional business integrations through initiatives such as Open Balkans. As such, I am very happy that AmCham is hosting this evening’s cocktail reception in partnership with Banca Intesa, a leader in innovations, digital transformation, and modern banking that fosters energy efficiency and environmental sustainability in doing business. We truly hold a common set of values and I believe we also share in the success of Banca Intesa’, said Stefan Lazarević, Chairman of the AmCham Board of Governors.
‘Innovation and digital transformation are our bank’s priorities. Tech the Bank, a contest we organised together with Visa, was aimed at helping grow the Serbian digital community, reward and support the best and most innovative digital banking solutions, and give young people the opportunity to continue developing their ideas into fully-fledged products and services integrated into the bank’s business plan’, added Darko Popović, Chairman of Banca Intesa Executive Board.
Lazarević and Popović were joined by Srđan Dakić, Business Development Leader South-East Europe at Visa, for the awards ceremony in which the winning teams of the Tech the Bank competition each received a 10,000 euro prize and a place on a study tour to the Intesa Sanpaolo Innovation Centre in Turin, Italy.